Series 1, Subseries 2, part c. Correspondence (N-W), 1910-1915. [microform]


Series 1, Subseries 2, part c. Correspondence (N-W), 1910-1915. [microform]

Include correspondence relating to a bill banning the use of white phosphorous in the match industry; to meetings and programs of the Association; to occupational diseases; to accident reporting; to workmen's compensation; to workplace inspection; to child labor; to women's hours of work; to minimum wage investigation; to lead poisoning; to questions of mediation and compulsory arbitration; to a study of anthrax as an occupational disease; to health insurance; to revision of the compressed air provisions of the New York State Labor Law; to the Kern bill; to the National Conference on Unemployment; and to the operation of the Municipal Lodging House, on the Board of which Andrews served. Major and frequent correspondents include Thomas J. Parkinson, I.M. Rubinow, and Henry R. Seager. Other individual and organizational correspondents of national significance or who wrote with some frequency include the following with names beginning with letters N-W: The National Association of Manufacturers of the United States; the National Child Labor Committee; the National Civic Federation; the National Consumers League; the National Metal Trades Association; Charles P. Neill (United States commissioner of labor); Agnes Nestor (treasurer, Women's Trade Union League); Richard M. Neustadt; NEW REPUBLIC; New York State Dept. of Health; New York State Factory Investigating Committee; North American Civic League for Immigrants; Henry Noyes; the Ohio Federation of Labor; Irene Osgood Andrews; Carl E. Parry (instructor, University of Michigan); and Paul Skeels Pierce (assistant professor, State University of Iowa). Other correspondents include Jessica B. Peixotta (assistant professor, University of California, Berkeley); A.J. Pillsbury (chairman, California State Industrial Accident Board); John W. Plaisted (secretary, Industrial Relations Committee, Boston Chamber of Commerce); C.W. Price (International Harvester Company); Prudential Insurance Company of America; C.R. Richards (Columbia University, secretary, National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education); Raymond Robins; Russell Sage Foundation; Mary R. Sanford (member, Executive Committee of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society); Sophy Sanger (British Association for Labor Legislation); Margaret A. Schaffner; Louis B. Schram; F. Charles Schwedtman (Consulting Electrical and Mechanical Engineers); Laura Scott; Elizabeth Shapleigh; and P. Tecumseh Sherman (attorney, Taft & Sherman). Additional correspondents include John R. Shillady (New York State Dept. of Labor); Erich Cramer Stern (attorney); William L. Stoddard (associate of Lincoln Filene); Warren S. Stone (grand chief, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers); Josiah Strong (president, American Institute of Social Services); Helen L. Sumner Woodbury; SURVEY (Constance D. Leupp, Edward T. Devine, Graham Taylor, Arthur P. Kellogg); Wiley Swift (secretary, National Child Labor Committee); Graham R. Taylor; Harry D. Thomas (secretary-treasurer, Ohio Federation of Labor); Millie R. Trumbull (Consumers League of Oregon); U.S. Bureau of Labor, Commission on Industrial Relations; Mary Van Kleeck (industrial secretary, Alliance Employment Bureau, New York); Louis Varlez (LUTTE CONTRE CHOMAGE); V.C. Vaughan; Charles H. Verrill; Lillian D. Wald; John H. Walker; Paul H. Watrous (secretary, Industrial Insurance Committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature); Adna F. Weber; F.F. Wesbrook (dean, University of Minnesota College of Medicine and Surgery); Wisconsin State Industrial Commission; Stephen Wise; Women's Educational and Industrial Union; Clinton Rogers Woodruff (attorney, secretary, National Municipal League); and Edwin R. Wright (Illinois State Federation of Labor).

Series 1, Subseries 2, parts a, b, and c: 8 linear ft. (on 9 microfilm reels)


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